Rumours have been making the rounds that Nvidia will announce a GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics card. Now, a brand new leak has surfaced which provides extra weight to the potential arrival of the unannounced GPU.
The leak has come within the type of a benchmark taken on a Samsung 760XDA laptop computer operating Intel’s Tiger Lake H processors. The Geekbench benchmark was found by a identified leaker on Twitter, named TUM_APISAK. The consumer has shared a screenshot and a hyperlink that takes you to the benchmarking database revealing a number of the specs of the alleged Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti.
— APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) March 17, 2021
Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti leaked specs
The specs on the leaked benchmark are according to the earlier rumours which steered that the RTX 3050 Ti could have 4GB of GDDR6 VRAM (Video Random Entry Reminiscence). The newest leak additionally exhibits that the graphics card could have 2560 CUDA cores. Lastly, the OpenCL rating of the leaked GPU is 60559.
The spotlight of the leak is that it’s listed as an RTX variant, which can carry ray tracing that was saved unique to the 60-series GPUs. As of now, the baseline to get your arms on a graphics card with ray tracing is the RTX 2060. This implies we’d quickly get ray tracing on inexpensive graphics playing cards as properly.
As we talked about, these are usually not the primary rumours across the RTX 3050 Ti. The GPU was leaked beforehand on Asus’ web site and never simply this, there have been leaks floating across the RTX 3050 as properly. However this specific leak has a laptop computer within the image, so it is too early to anticipate what is going to its PC counterpart supply, if there’s one within the pipeline,
If the leaks are on level, the RTX 3050 Ti would be the fourth addition to Nvidia’s 3000 collection of GPU. As of now, the line-up has RTX 3080, RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 laptop computer GPUs. Bringing ray tracing to the funds section is one thing lovers have been wishing for, however we’ll have to attend till Nvidia shares official particulars about it.